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Sunday, 25th October 1846. In the evening about 11 o’clock the weather will be a little calm, with a cold mist coming in on board.
Monday, 26th October 1846. Cold.
Tuesday, 27th October 1846. Cold. The mist and snow have gone away and the mist is not now quite as it was in the evening.
7th November 1846. Cloudy.
8th November 1846. Clouds come on in the morning and the mist is in the distance.
At 6 o’clock, it is just in time to come from St. Helens again. A light breeze and the weather seems to be on a steady course.
At night, as is the custom with the weather above, there is plenty of snow.
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